This is my game against Yasser Tello from the ten minute tournament on Sunday, August 29. I really didn't think Ray Keene would use this. Not only that, he’s annotated it himself! At the time I was proud to have played such a game, especially in a ten minute tournament. It's a pity I play like a prat most of the time, even in Slowplays.
The game didn’t actually end like this. After 24. QXB I announced mate in 2; in reality it is mate it 3. Obviously I saw the forced queen move but for some bizarre reason I didn’t count my first move, QXPch. Donny Muter pointed this out. I have played more spectacular combinations, but I rightly (and modestly) call this game Baron’s Immortal.
Contributed by one of the authors, Alexander Baron (born 1956).